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Travails of a Trader

Trading is not just a risky business to be in with a survivor rate of less than 5% but a expensive one as well. Most traders are engaged with the markets on a full time basis which means that they … Continue reading

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Of Perma Bulls, Bears and Investors

Last month, I competed 10 years as a Stock Broker and while I am not sure about what lessons I have learnt other than the fact that I have somehow survived the tremulous times, it has given me a opportunity … Continue reading

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Howard Marks critique of Technical Analysis

Technical Analysis is a nice punching bowl for most seasoned analysts and fund managers. Howard Marks in his book, “The Most Important Thing” suggests that its not a worthwhile strategy in not more than 300 words. I myself despite being … Continue reading

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